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REL 220 Introduction to Christianity: Citing
Created to introduce students in REL 220 to religion-related resources in Lakeland's John Esch Library.
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Website maintained by the Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University. Provides explanations and examples of APA, MLA, and Chicago citation guidelines as well as basic information about formatting your paper. Choose writing styles listed on left or select Search.
Writing resources from the Modern Language Association. Access "Works Cited: A Quick Guide," read answers from MLA editors, or submit your own citing questions.
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NoodleTools ( Select free tools at the bottom of the screen. Use NoodleTools Express.) Select from APA, MLA or Chicago styles. As you enter information, pop-ups appear with formatting rules to help guide you.